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Ein legendäres Reich. Ein Fluch. Und eine große Liebe, die entweder die Rettung bedeutet oder alles in den Abgrund ziehen wird Die junge Jägerin Feyre wird in das sagenumwobene Reich der Fae entführt. Nichts ist dort, wie es scheint. Sicher ist. A Court of Thorns and Roses: amigasummerparty.se: Maas, Sarah J.: Fremdsprachige Bücher. Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»A Court of Thorns and Roses / A Court of Thorns and Roses Bd. 1«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort. Originaltitel: A Court of Thorns and Roses. Meine Bewertung: 9,5/ Dornen und Rosen ist der erste Band der Reihe “Das Reich der Sieben. Ersterscheinung: Aktuelle Ausgabe: The stunning sequel to Sarah J. Maas' New York Times bestselling A Court of Thorns and Roses.
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A Court Of Thorns And Roses - A Court of Thorns and RosesMehr laden Seitenzahl: These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. Maas wuchs in Manhattan auf und lebt seit einiger Zeit in der kalifornischen Wüste. Da ich schon viel Gutes von Sarah J. Maas gehört habe, wollte ich nun auch mal was von ihr lesen. Ich hab mich dann erstmal für "A Court of Thorns and Roses". Jetzt online bestellen! Heimlieferung oder in Filiale: A Court of Thorns and Roses / A Court of Thorns and Roses Bd. 1 von Sarah J. Maas | Orell Füssli: Der. hat mich die „A Court of Thorns and Roses”-Reihe wirklich gut unterhalten können. Es gab zähe Momente in der Handlung, dann wiederum. Nach der „Throne of Glass“-Reihe von Sarah J. Maas war mir klar, dass ich auch „A Court of Thorns and Roses“ lesen muss. Immerhin war das. is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Throne of Glass series and A Court of Thorns and Roses series, as well as a USA Today and. Maas — Dornen und Rosen. These cookies do not store visit web page personal information. Ist gut. Es war einfach … zäh, die Handlung hat sich sehr, sehr stark gezogen. Von blutrünstigen Feen bis über zu einem Teich, der click to see more einlädt im Sternenhimmel zu schwimmen, ist this web page vieles the cell stream german. Die Romanfiguren werden so geschickt beschreiben, dass wir uns sogar das seltsamste Wesen gut vorstellen können, jeder hat tiefe Wunden, sichtbare oder unsichtbare, die ihn uns näher bringen, sogar die grausamste Kreatur wird uns berühren, jede Handlungjedes Detail ist überdacht. Sein starker Kontrast zu Tamlin und seine durchtriebene Art haben mir gut gefallen, und auch wenn ich viele Wendungen sehr vorhersehbar fand, hat das das Buch doch noch retten können. Ihre Familie ist sehr arm und Feyre ist die einzige, die sie durch ihr Gejagtes Wild ernährt.
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Yes, that would be amazing! No, I like them separate. Sure, and why not add Crescent City as well! It was even better this second time around!
It was so damn good to read about my favourite characters and it almost felt like coming home! Plus the foreboding!!!
Seriously, how did I even miss all those clues and hints when I read it for the very first time?!
There were so many things that made a whole lot more sense than they did before and I was in awe at how well Sarah J. Maas wove all those details in her storyline.
Also the ending! No matter how often I read this book that moment on the last page!? Wow, just wow! XD Well, enough of my impending future reread!
Believe me and take my word for it. I loved that fierce girl that would do everything for her loved ones and even had the guts to kill a wolf she suspected to be a faerie!
She tried to keep them alive and all they did was to sneer at her or to spend all the precious money she earned. No wonder that girl is so insecure and distrustful, no wonder she was afraid of Tamlin and Lucien.
No matter how scared she was, she never let it get in her way though. And defiant! Did I already mention how much I adore her for that?
It embedded itself in the mud at her feet, splattering filth onto her white gown, and remained there, quivering. It was brilliant and cruel, and she knew it.
A child. Against slavery, against tyranny, I would gladly go to my death, no matter whose freedom I was defending. Seriously, when I read the book for the very first time I actually believed him, but damn reading it for a second time I realized how stupid I was.
Doing a reread of this book I finally realized the many things I never truly liked about him. For instance his cold distance, his controlling behaviour and how he could say sentences like the one above when every freaking Court of Prythian except of his own was enslaved to Amarantha!
He was old enough to fight her now but he was still indifferent!! All those other High Lords felt lonely too, Tamlin! They hoped that you would break the curse!
And boy, I bet they had way worse days than you over those last fifty years!!!! So NOPE! Just nope! To manipulate Amarantha.
He just flat out refused her! Which is stupid on so many levels…. What it was like, what it is like, for me to care for my people, my lands.
What scars are still there, what the bad days feel like. It was there he sat, wearing only a white shirt and trousers, his red hair unbound and gleaming like liquid fire.
My precious tender autumn leave!!! In contrast to Tamlin he had the guts to stand up to Amarantha and yes, he paid dearly for it, but he gave her a piece of his mind and I think Feyre and him are quite similar in that regard.
Please give my boy a Happy Ever After! Not long, but I hesitated before I came running. Even though Tam got there in time, I still broke my word in those seconds I waited.
She took his eye as punishment. Carved it out with her own fingernail, then scarred his face. She sent him back so bloody that Tamlin… The High Lord vomited when he saw his friend.
Was that not enough? Oath or no oath? Next to Lucien he was definitely my second favourite character of this book!
I like dark, mysterious, assholes? XD And seriously, if you read the book carefully you can see through his disguise. XD So yeah! Or die alone.
I braced myself for the touch, but he lowered it before making contact. I dunno what it is about Sarah but you know exactly when she wants a couple to be endgame, because damn, their chemistry is always off the charts.
Plus I think their relationship never had a chance to develop. I somehow never felt that dedication from Tamlin though. Yes, he tried to save her but to be fascinated by her is no real love.
Courtier and emissary. I mean they start out as enemies. During the entire book they get to know each other better though and slowly but gradually they become friends in the end.
XD At first it seems to be some sort of reluctant acceptance and acknowledgement but the longer they talk to each other the better their relationship becomes.
Lucien sighed as he looked me over. Dead — really, truly, I should have been dead for that. He used the dagger to clean his nails.
So have you, I take it. He basically protected her from the moment they first met at Calanmai and there was absolutely no reason for him to interfere!
Calanmai was the first time he was intrigued by her and he could have easily rat her out right after that night.
In fact everything he did was to protect her! He protected her the moment she came to Under the Mountain and everything he did, even the colour on her body, had some reason behind it.
None of his actions was arbitrary, every single move and gesture was deliberate and on purpose. Rhys was the only one who tried to stop her!
Put your hands at your sides and stand up. He launched himself at Amarantha, swift as a shadow, the ash dagger aimed at her throat.
Shock — pure shock flashed across his features at whatever he saw on my face, and he stumbled back a step. Actually, stumbled. Sarah J.
I promise it will be an interesting journey! I missed all those characters so much and every time I saw an update or a review I longed to read it again.
Ready to reread one of my faves! And this time around there will even be a proper review! My precious sarcastic red-head! S: I'm curious if my rating is going to change!
I went into this really excited and and really wanting to love this thing. After seeing this book and its successors paint my feed with its courts and thorns and wings and ruin, I knew there was a lot of hype surrounding this series in general.
And this first installment just didn't live up to it for me, sadly. There, there, Court Thornians Nothing really happened and the things that did didn't even make sense until after the book was over.
And I'm just not a fan of that. I did enjoy the writing and the ending. And while those things aren't enough to prompt me to rate this thing any higher, I AM going to read the second book.
I trust my peeps and all of you are saying that, while the first book drags, the second book is "OMG amazeballs. Plus, I am getting it free from the library, so why not, no?
View all 88 comments. I think this is my most read series alongside Harry Potter and Mistborn. Even though, I was aware of what was to come, my heart bled for Feyre.
Those scenes that took place Under the Mountain were written ridiculously well and massive props to Queen Maas for captivating and writing about Feyre's struggles, internal dialogue and despair like that.
I felt every word, every emot 5th reread. I felt every word, every emotion. Despite it being my least favourite in the series, I love this book.
I'm utter and complete trash for anything Sarah J Maas. Oct 21, Angela rated it it was amazing Shelves: 5-star-favorites , badass-females.
I hate story re-tellings!!! I hate them but this, this master piece is no Beauty and the Beast. I'm just gonna jump right into everything and just a little warning: I'm so sorry if this seems like I'm frantically flapping around on my keyboard, but I'm just that excited.
I was so worried that this book would have a plot too close to Throne of Glass and that the characters would also bare that same fate..
I was so worried that this book would have a plot too close to Throne of Glass and that the characters would also bare that same fate But thank the literary gods above that didn't happen.
Yes, Maas still gives us swoon worthy gents and a strong leading fem, but they are not at all like the cast of ToG.
Our leading lass is Feyre, and man oh man did I love her. I loved that though she is strong she isn't doing it for herself or because that's who she is, she's doing to because it's what needs to be done.
This is what made her character for me. She does everything for everyone and expects nothing in return. Her character starts as a strong huntress and turns into something more.
She has the head strong will of a warrior and the heart of an artist. I loved that Maas gave her so much depth and let us get so deep into her brain that her feelings become your feelings.
As for Feyre's love interested she gives us the heart twist-swoon worthy-deep-thoughtful-man candy that is Tamlin. Oh Tamlin will have you weak in the knees and have your loins aflame seriously blushed so much during this book.
He literately has so much weight on his shoulders and still stands tall. He is willing to give up everything to make sure shes okay.
I kid y'all not I never ever use the word "ship" for couples, but as they say there's a first for everything and View all 19 comments.
It's my favorite new thing, to re-read books either through Audible or Overdrive. I must say this was better the second time around but ye gods, I thought I was going to gag a maggot with all the lovey dovey and sex with Tamlin.
I mean after falling in love with Rhys I can't even people. And also, who could have sex with some old beast after he had that ritual thing with someone else.
Anyhoo, on to the next! I loved it so much in the beginning, then I felt a little off with it for a bit, but the end took me right back to loving it.
I think this is a very unique take on Beauty and the Beast. I loved Tamlin, but I wonder! There were times that Feyre got on my last nerves and I wanted to smack her, but it happens.
She did great over all. I loved some of the characters in the book. There is Lucien, who I hope to learn more about in the next book.
Alis, who is Feyre's sort of maiden when she comes to the manor. And I actually liked Rhysand in the end. He's a bad guy of sorts but I won't give that spoiler away.
I just want more of him! I loved the scenery I pictured in the book from the descriptions. It seems like a beautiful place to live, or is it?
There is all sorts of bad stuff going on, bad monsters, curses, killings, you know, the normal stuff! I'm not sure where the next book is going to take us, but there was something a little weird happen at the end and I'm hoping that is explained.
I can't wait!! View all 42 comments. Shelves: cover-whore , fae , from-publisher , i-cried , it-burns-us-precious , netgalley , creeptastic , fairy-tales , jerk-of-my-dreams , weres-shapeshifters.
I knew it was going to be a sort of Beauty and the Beast meets Tamlin mashup. What I do not think of is Disney.
Disney is the end product of a retelling. And while the Beauty and the Beast portion of our story wasn't entirely Disney, it was significantly Disney.
So here's the deal: I liked this book. I really did, and cumulatively I have zero apprehensions about recommending it to fellow lovers of fantasy and fairy tale retellings.
I also had a lot of tiny issues that combined to be less tiny, in addition to an issue that by itself wasn't tiny at all. The masks that Tamlin and all the members of his house have stuck to their faces.
I thought they were both unnecessary and. We're told that they're the result of her lashing out in anger. Was there seriously no one else who thought, "Oh no!
Not masks, anything but masks! That's the silly part. The unnecessary part is that Tamlin has a beast form.
If she was really concerned about making it more difficult for him to do-the-thing, maybe it's just me, but in a retelling of Beauty and the freaking Beast , wouldn't it make more sense to, oh, I don't know, trap him as a BEAST?
In the aftermath of her inevitable rescues, her reaction was always some variation of, "I'm a stupid, insignificant peasant, and I'm even more stupid and peasant-like for forgetting that I'm a stupid, insignificant peasant.
Not being able to do-the-thing would give me a complex too. But that complex was made an issue too frequently, and the resulting tantrums got tiresome.
When Tamlin feels compelled to premeditatedly say, "Before you start yelling. Not-so-tiny thing: Just to be safe, I'm spoiler tagging this.
It's not much of a spoiler, but it is a piece of information that isn't revealed until you're well into the book: view spoiler [Having fae that can lie is like having vampires that don't drink blood or werewolves that don't change on the full moon.
If you don't see the problem with that, then this won't bother you, but guys. It's a double-edged sword. On the one hand, if you can force them to speak in a way that leaves no room for misinterpretation, then you can take comfort in the truth.
On the other hand, can you ever be absolutely sure you've outwitted a fae? It's tricksy and uncertain and leaves immeasurable room for a clever author to mislead and beguile you, and I LOVE it.
And so. But I still liked it. If you think beast-form is smelly with poor table manners and masks are an excellent alternative, or that my idea of redundancy is really determination, then you will more than like this book.
I can't imagine that many people are as hardcore about FAE as I am, so I'm not even going to pretend that might be an issue for you, and I have no one to blame but myself for going into it with preconceived notions about what it means to be a "retelling.
Then there's--what for me was--the book's crowning glory: Feyre's relationship with her family. You will be shocked with how everything eventually plays out, and I'm talking about the good kind of shock.
The kind of shock that fills you so full of warmth that you're half convinced you glow with it. ALSO no cliffhanger.
Time to find out for yourself. With a tortured hero trying to protect his people from an evil would-be queen, Evil Queen's enforcer whose real intent is as easy to discern as a path back to civilization in a dark, unfamiliar forest, and the girl who shines like a beacon and may just save them all, this is a book that will appeal to a broad demographic.
View all 76 comments. View all 7 comments. Jun 04, Saniya marked it as to-read. Beauty and the Beast? The Iron Fey series?
View all 14 comments. Feb 05, Maureen rated it it was amazing. So wonderful. Update: I have officially influenced two people to buy this book.
View all 4 comments. Mar 12, Cindy Pham rated it it was ok. I approached this book with an open mind and wanted to enjoy it. Despite not being a fan of the superfluous writing style or the lackluster world-building, I was still willing to rate it 3 stars by viewing it as an easy guilty pleasure romance book.
The relationship seems harmless and I still don't see how it's as problematic as people dramatize it to be. The first half of the book is a standard Beauty and the Beast retelling — not awful, but not special either — and then the second half really I approached this book with an open mind and wanted to enjoy it.
The first half of the book is a standard Beauty and the Beast retelling — not awful, but not special either — and then the second half really dips in quality, which lowered my rating to 2 stars.
A couple glaring issues that stood out to me: 1 The background story of the curse is literally told instead of shown via a side character's lengthy monologue.
This was disappointing since I was intrigued to find this out by piecing clues together, not by being told it straightforwardly like a regurgitated wikipedia article.
She gives a bunch of arbitrary challenges and rules for no reason other than for the sake of stringing along a story.
It feels like she's hosting a game show or some overly complex scavenger hunt. There's no reason why she'd bother setting up any of these superfluous rules.
I think this is the worst antagonist I've ever read. I'm willing to overlook the writing style and bland romance, but once I got to the part where Feyre answers the riddle, I had to drop it down to 2 stars because it was so ridiculous and lazy.
I've heard that the sequel is much better though, so I am willing to give it another try, just not any time soon haha.
View all 17 comments. Prepare to see what I felt like during the reading of this book The original gif of the fat guy with boobs flopping in slow motion won't load.
Thanks GR This shit reads slowwwwwlyyyyy. You have Feyre who is feeding her dad and her two evil stepsisters. Oh wait, this is Beauty and the Beast not Cinderella.
Anyways, her dad is pretty much spineless after losing his money a Prepare to see what I felt like during the reading of this book Anyways, her dad is pretty much spineless after losing his money and the two sisters aren't going to stoop to actually feeding themselves so they all three look for the family's youngest to feed them.
The family is starving so she goes into the dark and scary woods to hunt. She sees a deer! Then a wolf!
She kills them both. Turns out the wolf is Fae and a big bad guy shows up demanding a life for a life. He takes Feyre to live with him in his lands.
I lost interest at this point. I do know you can eat fae food.Nur weiterlesen, wenn ihr Band 2 beendet habt. Dann melde dich zum Newsletter an. Ähnliche Beiträge. Mit der Nutzung von Herzdeinbuch erklärst du go here mit der Verwendung von Cookies einverstanden. Lediglich Tamlin, Go here und Alis werden in den Vordergrund gerückt, wobei Tamlin für seine Stellung sehr zivilisiert und ruhig wirkt.